For the second year, FOX Sports Midwest will televise all six 11-man football championship games live from the MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl.
Television coverage from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis starts Friday, Nov. 25 with the Class 2, 4 and 6 championship games. On Saturday, Nov. 26 it’s the Class 1, 3 and 5 championships.
In addition the 8-Man championship on Friday, Nov. 25 at 9:30 a.m. will be streamed live on FOXSportsMidwest.com.
St. Louis radio and TV broadcaster Scott Warmann will call the play-by-play on the Class 1, 2 and 3 championships. Joel Goldberg, host of Royals Live on FOX Sports Kansas City, will be the play-by-play announcer for the Class 4, 5 and 6 championships.
Former Kansas City Chiefs lineman Richard Baldinger will serve as analyst for all games. And former Arizona Cardinals and University of Illinois linebacker Micheal Young, a 1995 state champion with Hazelwood East, will report from the sidelines.
Games will be shown on FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus, a channel used by FOX Sports Midwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels, due to overlap with college football and St. Louis Blues hockey. Channel numbers for FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus are listed below and will be updated throughout the week at FOXSportsMidwest.com.
Show-Me Bowl games will also air nationally on FOX College Sports (see schedule below for dates and times). FOX Sports Midwest has been the home of MSHSAA championships since 1998. From 1998-2006, FOX Sports Midwest televised the large schools championship game on Thanksgiving Friday. From 2007-2009, three Friday championship games aired on FOX Sports Midwest. Starting in 2010 all championship games are televised.
This year’s telecasts will be produced by Niles Media Group of Kansas City, in partnership with When We Were Young Productions. FOX Sports Midwest expanded its coverage of high school football this year with the launch of the FOX Sports Prep Zone, which streamed four football games weekly on FOXSportsMidwest.com and will continue during basketball season. FOX Sports Midwest also airs the FOX Sports Prep Zone TV highlights show each week.
Schedule 2011 MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl – Missouri High School Football Championships Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo. | all times Central Live web stream on FOXSportsMidwest.com Friday, Nov. 25 9:30 a.m. Missouri 8-Man Championship: Mound City vs. Worth County.
Live telecasts on FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus Friday, Nov. 25 1 p.m. Missouri Class 2 Championship: Lamar vs. Lafayette County 4:15 p.m. Missouri Class 4 Championship: MICDS vs. Webb City 7:30 p.m. Missouri Class 6 Championship: CBC (Christian Brothers College) vs. Blue Springs South Saturday, Nov. 26 12 p.m. Missouri Class 1 Championship: Valle Catholic vs. South Shelby 3:15 p.m. Missouri Class 3 Championship: John Burroughs vs. Logan-Rogersville 6:30 p.m. Missouri Class 5 Championship: Kirkwood vs. Staley.
Replays on FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus Friday, Nov. 25 11 p.m. Missouri Class 2 Championship 1 a.m. Missouri Class 4 Championship (Friday night/Saturday morning) 3 a.m. Missouri Class 6 Championship (Friday night/Saturday morning) Saturday, Nov. 26 2 a.m. Missouri Class 1 Championship (Saturday night/Sunday morning) 4 a.m. Missouri Class 3 Championship (Saturday night Sunday morning) Monday, Nov. 28 12 a.m. Missouri Class 5 Championship (Monday night/Tuesday morning) Thursday, Dec. 1 12 p.m. Missouri Class 2 Championship Friday, Dec. 2 12 p.m. Missouri Class 6 Championship Monday, Dec. 5 12 p.m. Missouri Class 4 Championship Wednesday, Dec. 7 10 p.m. Missouri Class 3 Championship Thursday, Dec. 8 12 p.m. Missouri Class 5 Championship.
National telecasts on FOX College Sports Friday, Nov. 25 1 p.m. Missouri Class 2 Championship -- Live 4 p.m. Missouri Class 4 Championship – Live 11 p.m. Missouri Class 6 Championship – Delay Saturday, Nov. 26 12 p.m. issouri Class 1 Championship – Live 3 p.m. Missouri Class 3 Championship – Live 10 p.m. Missouri Class 5 Championship – Delay.
Where to find the live telecasts The live telecasts of the MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl will air on FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus. FOX Sports Midwest Plus is the name for a channel used by FOX Sports Midwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels. FOX Sports Midwest Plus is available to all video providers that carry FOX Sports Midwest. Some providers carry FOX Sports Midwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Midwest Plus programming and designate a channel to show the events.
FOX Sports Midwest Plus and FOX Sports Kansas City Plus channel numbers AT&T U-verse 750 Cable America 12 Cable One-Joplin 78 Cable One-Kirksville 3 Centurylink 9001 Charter-Cape Girardeau 11 or 164 Charter-St. Louis 3, 8 or 21 Comcast-Kansas City 261 Consolidated 181 DirecTV 675 Dish 446 Fidelity-Sullivan 95 HomeTel 3 Knology (formerly Sunflower) 172 Madison 8 Mediacom-Columbia/Jefferson City/Springfield 126 New Wave 21 Poplar Bluff 2 Suddenlink-Branson 18 Suddenlink-Carthage/Monett 10 Surewest 22 Time Warner-Kansas City 5.
Information provided by Fox Sports Midwest.